Fire Alarm and Emergency Lighting Engineer


Tonbridge Wells, Kent
Permanent
37000 GBP

One of the UK’s leading providers in the Fire and Security industry is looking to recruit a Fire Alarm & Emergency Lighting Service Engineer.

The company offers a range of services including the design, supply, installation, commission, service and maintenance of alarm systems throughout the United Kingdom.  They are a part of many organisations including FIA, ECA, FSA, NAHFO and others.

The job offers a basic salary of £31,000 plus travel time after the first & last hour at normal rate. 40 hours per week with overtime after the 40 hours has been complete.

£105 standby allowance of a 7 day rota, company van, fuel card, mobile, pension, 25 days holiday plus bank – 34 days per year.

They require an engineer with good service/faults of addressable fire alarm systems and emergency lighting systems.

A self-motivated and hard working person, whom can work using his own initiative and be flexible to the job.

This is a great opportunity to join a very well established and long standing company

Job Overview
Location : Tonbridge Wells, Kent
Type : Permanent
Category : Fire Alarm Jobs
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